The employee survey template helps you collect valuable employee feedback. This template includes question related to both employee engagement and satisfaction. This employee survey should be run annually or semiannually to help establish benchmarks.
Number of questions: 10
Employers often fail to recognize problem areas in a timely manner resulting in turnover. Turnover increases employee costs in long the long run and decreases productivity, as new employees need to re learn skills that have already been mastered.
A study from the Work Institute, revealed 42 million US employees left their jobs voluntarily in 2019, which is 27% of the workforce. This was an increase of over 2 million in 2018, which saw 40 million voluntary departures and an increase of over 88% since 2010.
Employee engagement and employee satisfaction are often used interchangeably, sometimes unknowingly. Employee engagement and satisfaction help paint the picture of how an employee views their job, but in different ways. For this reason, on all employee survey templates, we include questions related to employee satisfaction and engagement; with notes giving you the ability to delete unwanted questions.
This is the emotional commitment the employee has to the organization and its overall goals. Better engagement means increased productivity, deceased turnover, and helps foster positive customer interactions. Here are common questions related to engagement:
This is how satisfied or content employees are with their job, their employee experience, and the organization as a whole. Common measures of satisfaction include compensation, benefits, and work relationships.
The Net Promoter Score (NPS) question data will be displayed in a simple gauge chart, display the Net Promoter Score inside. Below the chart, the distribution of Promoters (0-6), Passives (7-8), and Promoters (9,10) will be shown. This number can be thought of as a simple "overall employee happiness". This number can be included in presentations and employee townhalls.
Employee NPS Score
The Net Promoter Score can be segmented by business unit or region with a simple bar chart and table. This will help identify any problem areas like a certain region that may have a disproportionate share of unhappy employees. In this example below, you can see the Net Promoter Score is lower for employees in department two.
Employee NPS Score by Department
Other question types can also be segmented out by region. Those questions will include a simple bar chart and data table. Question types like a Matirx will be displayed as a table for each criteria. In the example below we can see the results of a matrix question asking for compensation satisfaction. "Dept 1" seems to more satisfied overall than "Dept 2".
We're here to help! We can help you get setup with the anonymous link, adding meta data to the survey URL or email invinations. We can help pull data from your HR system, and even draft a survey for you. Our team can also walk you through the results, and create custom reports as needed. contact us!